Irene’s pattern is available at: knotshire.etsy.com
My newest pattern Emma is ready for prime time!
Available at knotshire.etsy.com now!
A simple border from my inspiration pattern added to the centre from my Florence pattern, and Gracie is an easy pattern I’m very happy with. It’s great when these patterns come together so easily!
Along with Gwen and Gail, this pattern Gracie is available as a 3 pattern pack The Graces at my Etsy site knotshire.etsy.com
The end results of my work with the Gail pattern, done with thinner size 12 thread. I like the dangling centre, it moves when the snowflake is hanging from a thread and a bit of air movement catches it. Adding one more stitch between each ring on the frame made the pattern come into focus and sit properly.
I’m very happy with this pattern and it is available as part of my Graces pattern at my Etsy site knotshire.etsy.com
Final results of my pattern Gwen. This looks like a very easy pattern, but it does use 2 shuttles, and the Josephine Knots require a certain amount of focus I hadn’t expected! It could just be that the thinner thread is more challenging.
I am pleased with the results, and the pattern is included with my 3 Graces pattern on my Etsy store Knotshire.etsy.com
I’m very happy with the modified Diane Snowflake!
Pattern modifications complete, Diane is now available at my Etsy shop: Knotshire.etsy.com
Icy cool thread inspired snowflake pattern: Florence
Chilly spikes with lots of intricate structure to keep you looking, as you notice new bits. This should be a point to stare off to on your Christmas tree.
This is the final result from my snowflake pattern creation for my yearly new design. I really like the result, so I will be selling snowflakes like this on my Etsy site, knotshire.etsy.com soon!
I will also be selling the pattern soon, but I have yet to finish writing it down, and then I need to test it a few times before it goes on sale.